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  • RSO Stephen Strickland during a discussion with high school students in Jesenice. (Photo State Department)

    Where is a Diplomat’s Home?

    This was a question raised by the Regional Security Officer Stephen Strickland during a discussion with high school students in Jesenice. Although born and raised and Santa Barbara, California, Ljubljana is already the sixteenth place in which he has been living.

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  • Regional Security Officer Steve Strickland talking to the students in Kranj (Photo State Department)

    Is there a McDonalds in the Grand Canyon?

    RSO Steve Strickland talked to more than 120 Technical High School students in Kranj about the U.S. Embassy and Ambassador's work. His presentation of the U.S. was very entertaining, full of anecdotes, including the one about McDonalds in the Grand Canyon.

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  • Ambassador Hartley visits the Roma community in Kamenci (Photo State Department)

    Ambassador Hartley visits the Roma Community

    Ambassador Hartley visited the Roma community in Kamenci and discussed the importance of Roma rights with representatives of the Roma Union of Slovenia.

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  • U.S. Ambassador to Slovenia Brent R. Hartley participating at the round table discussion(Photo State Department)

    Peace and Security in Europe

    Euro-Atlantic Council of Slovenia, the Slovenian Association for International Relations, and the US Embassy Ljubljana organized a round table discussion entitled “Peace and Security in Europe and its Neighborhood.”

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  • Ambassador Hartley Addressing Business Community (Photo State Department)

    Ambassador Hartley Addresses AmCham

    Ambassador Hartley gave his first public address this morning to members of the international business community in Slovenia at an AmCham. His speech focuses on the themes of economic cooperation, TTIP, reform, and that the U.S. and Slovenia are stronger when working together.

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  • Ledina middle school students with the Marine Security Guards (Photo State Department)
    Jeopardy! at OŠ Ledina

    Two Marine Security Guards from Embassy Ljubljana visited OŠ Ledina in Ljubljana to talk with more about 40 middle school students about their hobbies, home states of New York and Louisiana, and what they like about Slovenia. 

  • U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger visits Osnovna šola Komenda Moste. (Photo State Department)
    English Goes Green

    U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger visited Osnovna šola Komenda Moste for the Environmental Debate Event titled:"English Goes Green". 

  • U.S. Embassy Assistant Regional Officer Brandon Lee at "Osnovna šola Rovte” (Photo State Department)
    How different is Georgia from Slovenia?

    More than 80 Middle school students from "Osnovna šola Rovte” met with U.S. Embassy Assistant Regional Officer Brandon Lee and his daughter. 

  • Management Officer Jon Selle visits Gian Rinaldo Carli High School in Koper (Photo State Department)
    Texas Comes to Koper

    Management Officer Jon Selle visited one of the few bilingual schools in Slovenia, the Gian Rinaldo Carli High School in Koper. 

  • Regional Security Officer Steven Strickland visits Staneta Žagarja Middle School in Lipnica students. (Photo State Department)
    Being a Diplomat

    Regional Security Officer Steven Strickland visited a group of around 70 eighth and ninth graders at Staneta Žagarja Middle School in Lipnica. 

  • Ambassador Brent R. Hartley and President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor (Photo State Department)
    Ambassador Hartley's Credentialing and Flag Ceremony

    On February 12, 2015, Ambassador Brent R. Hartley presented his credentials to President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor and welcomed Embassy staff at his residence for a flag ceremony with the U.S. Marines.  Photos »

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